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155 Mill Road / 1 Geldart Terrace

History of 155 Mill Road

1881: 1 Geldart Terrace

John Cattell, 35, agent, b Witcham

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1891: 1 Geldart Terrace

Frederick Morley, 23, tailor, b London

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1913: 155 Mill Road Geldart Terrace

James Livermore, compositor

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1918:

William James Livermore, linotype moderator who had worked for 20 years at the Cambridge Daily News, aged 34, died 30.10.1918 possibly from influenza

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1962:

Mrs Chandler

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